ADVANCED EMAIL SECURITY

Block and resolve known and unknown threats across the email attack vector.

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Stop evolving threats with superior threat protection

Our people-centric approach to email security stops known and unknown threats before they reach the inbox. This includes phishing, BEC, and malware attacks. We continually deliver innovative technology to help you preemptively block malicious emails that target your people.

  • Stop credential phishing and impostor email with our unique impostor classifier
  • Block and quarantine messages with malicious URLs or attachments
  • Re-write URLs for protection on any device and any network
  • Track and block clicks to malicious websites
  • Easily extend protection to include isolated web browsing, email DLP, and encryption
Transform your users from risky to ready

We arm your users to protect themselves and report potential attacks with our security awareness training solution. It uses real-world examples of attacks and Proofpoint threat intelligence to make training relevant to today’s threat landscape. Plus, we automate the remediation of user-reported messages.

  • Simulate phishing with thousands of templates using actual threats
  • Leverage more relevant training content driven by Proofpoint’s threat intelligence
  • Train users to identify and report email threats with a simple email add-in
  • Automatically remove malicious emails across your organization based on end-user reporting
  • Establish a security awareness baseline and track progress over time
Get actionable visibility into your greatest risk – your people

Modern email threats exploit human nature. They often rely on the person being targeted to activate the attack. Proofpoint provides visibility and forensics into who your very attacked people (VAPs) are, how they’re being attacked, whether they click on or report phishing, how they respond to simulated phishing, and whether they are compromised. Use these insights to apply adaptive security controls around your users to reduce the risk of a breach.